Without going too far, there’s plenty to do and enjoy in the local community. From shopping, to the cinema, restaurants, golf, football, rugby and much more, you can find more information on what’s happening nearby at the following links:
If you have a young family and kids you are looking to entertain, we’ve got you covered. Soft play, laser tag, go carts and adventure golf are just a few of the options you have at your disposal. For more, visit this link.
Glasgow and the West End
Scotland’s largest city, Glasgow is famous the world over for its culture, entertainment, restaurants and night life. Just a short drive, bus or train journey away, you’ll have easy access to all that the city has to offer. Below are just a few suggestions to get you started.
Bursting with things to do, no matter your age or taste. From the Glasgow Science Centre, to the Kings Theatre, to the seemingly endless selection of restaurants, there is something for everyone. Visit Scotland is your comprehensive guide to what’s happening in the City. Below are some links to the site to get you started:
Home to the Oran Mor, Botanical Gardens and Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery to name a select few, the West End of Glasgow is commonly hailed as one of the arts and cultural hotspots of the UK.
Visit West End is a great place to find more information about things to do, family friendly activities, upcoming events and much more.
Loch Lomond and the Trossachs
If the hustle and bustle of the city isn’t for you, we are also lucky enough to be right on the doorstep of the Scottish Highlands and the beautiful Loch Lomond. Whether looking for something to do with friends, the entire family, or an adventure all to yourself, the location couldn’t be better.
In and around Loch Lomond, there are a wide variety of outdoor activities for the whole family, including: